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So last week in the “snitch” saga, Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack were both found guilty of kidnapping controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. According to TMZ, the charges of kidnapping and racketeering, and narcotics trafficking for the two men might have them, and other members of Tekashi’s former crew, looking at 30 years to life.
Well, it seems as though 69’s cooperation could possible lead to his early release. Initially hit with a possible 47 year sentence, it is being reported that the New York rapper could be getting out as early as next month, if not the top of 2020. In new court documents, Prosecutors have asked that the judge sentence Tekashi as soon as possible, putting him on the fast track of being released. In a YouTube post, running down all the details, Akadmiks states that the rapper has already completed his testifying obligations.
While it’s looking like 69 might not be taking any L’s any time soon with his sentencing, as it is possible he will receive time served, his release could also see even more controversy surrounding his safety. It was also reported that the rapper has stated he might refuse the witness protection program, although there may be people after him as soon as he gets out.
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